Mount Langi Ghiran - Billi Billi Pinot Grigio 2011-12 - Australian White Wine 75cl Bottle

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Mount Langi Ghiran - Billi Billi Pinot Grigio 2011-12
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75cl Bottle
£11.04
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Description:
Bright white gold in the glass with flashes of emerald green, the nose shows enticing citrus fruit aromas with an attractive floral hint.

On the palate the wine is medium bodied and packed with grapefruit and green apple flavours with underlying tropical characteristics such as mango and papaya, all wrapped up with a delicious, citrus peel and mineral, zesty crispness that keeps the finish dry and refreshing.

An extremely versatile wine which is crisp and refreshing when drunk by itself or can be partnered with a variety of fish, salads or poultry.

Great with thai spiced monkfish parcels, pan fried cod fillets or a simple ceasar salad at lunchtime.

100% Pinot Grigio.



Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Mount Langi Ghiran   -   www.langi.com.au
ABV:   12%
Appellation:   Grampians
Brand:   Mount Langi Ghiran
Country of Origin:   Australia
Food Match:   Mild Fish
Food Match:   Poached or Steamed
Grape Type:   Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris
Region:   Victoria
Type of closure:   Screw Cap
Vintage:   2011-12

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Producer Information

"Mount Langi is a superstar estate with considerable pedigree and visionary winemaking in the form of Dan Buckle." Matthew Jukes, Decanter Magazine, May 2011.

Situated 180km west of Melbourne along the southern edge of the Great Dividing Range, located in the Grampians Mountains, Mount Langi's vineyards are some of the coolest in mainland Australia. Not only does the altitude of the vineyards endow a naturally cool ripening season (well, for Australia at least; it's certainly warmer than the UK!) but at this height the vineyards also favour the attention of the fierce maritime wind that sweeps up from the southern coast and adds an extra dimension of stress to the vines, helping to keep yields naturally low. These low yields and the long, cool ripening season combine to produce grapes of startling varietal characteristics.

Vineyards were planted originally in 1963 by the Fratin brothers on the site of a vineyard which had been planted at the turn of the century, and named for the "Home of the Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo", pronounced "Mount Langee Jeeran".

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